Asian "Ivy League" schools


kit

One one school in Asia is better than HKUS and that is Sri Lanka Sirinayakathunge school of management. Better facilities than HKUS.


What are you talking about. That place in Sri Lanka does not even exist: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Sirinayakathunge&btnG=Google+Search

And who cares about facilities...


um, i think that's harry's point, at least one of them ...

<blockquote><blockquote>One one school in Asia is better than HKUS and that is Sri Lanka Sirinayakathunge school of management. Better facilities than HKUS.</blockquote>

What are you talking about. That place in Sri Lanka does not even exist: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Sirinayakathunge&btnG=Google+Search

And who cares about facilities...</blockquote>

um, i think that's harry's point, at least one of them ...
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Malia

Ok. Didn't get it.

Ok. Didn't get it.
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shawn.hk

Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.

Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.

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nybluedog

Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.



The coursework and each university's stronghold in various subjects are not as important as the network of people that you can meet in the programme.

The US and Europe are courting Chinese leaders now, looking to share a slice of the huge pie. Does that not make CEIBS the best choice.

<blockquote>Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.

</blockquote>

The coursework and each university's stronghold in various subjects are not as important as the network of people that you can meet in the programme.

The US and Europe are courting Chinese leaders now, looking to share a slice of the huge pie. Does that not make CEIBS the best choice.
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copernicus

Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.



The coursework and each university's stronghold in various subjects are not as important as the network of people that you can meet in the programme.

The US and Europe are courting Chinese leaders now, looking to share a slice of the huge pie. Does that not make CEIBS the best choice.


Yes perhaps, but only if you speak Mandarin.

Also if you are looking at it from this angle, Tsinghua would probably be even a better choice.

<blockquote><blockquote>Asian schools are typically strong in one or two areas and average at everything else.

they need some time to gain the overall excellence presented by top US and European schools.

</blockquote>

The coursework and each university's stronghold in various subjects are not as important as the network of people that you can meet in the programme.

The US and Europe are courting Chinese leaders now, looking to share a slice of the huge pie. Does that not make CEIBS the best choice. </blockquote>

Yes perhaps, but only if you speak Mandarin.

Also if you are looking at it from this angle, Tsinghua would probably be even a better choice.

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nybluedog

I personally believe that Tsinghua would be good if you would want to work in Beijing on graduation. CEIBS is a better choice if you would want to work in Shanghai.

You would be surprised by the number of people who are in the CEIBS EMBA programme that are CEOs of funds, corporations etc. I was amazed.

Reputation-wise, the Chinese do think that Tsinghua is a great school (shows respect) but they all know that all the CEOs go to CEIBS.

I personally believe that Tsinghua would be good if you would want to work in Beijing on graduation. CEIBS is a better choice if you would want to work in Shanghai.

You would be surprised by the number of people who are in the CEIBS EMBA programme that are CEOs of funds, corporations etc. I was amazed.

Reputation-wise, the Chinese do think that Tsinghua is a great school (shows respect) but they all know that all the CEOs go to CEIBS.
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Erik

I think AIM or Asian Institute of Management in the Philippines ,Indian Institute of Management and Melbourne are top 3 and the oldest institutions for business schools in Asia. They are consistently top Asian business schools in ranking for Asia Pacific for Asia Week and FT.


The following schools are the key schools in Asia and Pacific based on ratings in the FT and Asia Week. Rankings, links and information for individual countries are available TOP ASIA PACIFIC MBA & BUSINESS SCHOOLS.

1 Melbourne Business School
2 Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
3 Asian Institute of Management (Philippines)
4 Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand (School of Management)
5 NUS Business School (National University of Singapore)
6 Chinese University of Hong Kong
7 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Graduate School of Management)
8 Macquarie Graduate School of Management (Australia)
9 Nanyang Business School (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
10 Sasin Graduate Institute of Business and Administration (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

check http://www.careerdynamo.com/asia_mba.html

I think AIM or Asian Institute of Management in the Philippines ,Indian Institute of Management and Melbourne are top 3 and the oldest institutions for business schools in Asia. They are consistently top Asian business schools in ranking for Asia Pacific for Asia Week and FT.


The following schools are the key schools in Asia and Pacific based on ratings in the FT and Asia Week. Rankings, links and information for individual countries are available TOP ASIA PACIFIC MBA & BUSINESS SCHOOLS.

1 Melbourne Business School
2 Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
3 Asian Institute of Management (Philippines)
4 Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand (School of Management)
5 NUS Business School (National University of Singapore)
6 Chinese University of Hong Kong
7 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Graduate School of Management)
8 Macquarie Graduate School of Management (Australia)
9 Nanyang Business School (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
10 Sasin Graduate Institute of Business and Administration (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

check http://www.careerdynamo.com/asia_mba.html
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nybluedog

The ranking that you posted was valid in 2001. Things have changed. Please see latest FT rankings for 2006-2008.

The ranking that you posted was valid in 2001. Things have changed. Please see latest FT rankings for 2006-2008.
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lukeh

Yes, its really important to look at the most up to date rankings, because even in the last 5 years, the top 100 have changes a great deal, and its really misleading to be quoting very old rankings.

Yes, its really important to look at the most up to date rankings, because even in the last 5 years, the top 100 have changes a great deal, and its really misleading to be quoting very old rankings.
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CUHK figures in EIU top asian schools - http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=2008rankings&rank_category_id=20000002&region_id=290000429&x=28&y=1

And also in several other lists but for some reason FT does not rank the full-time MBA program - any insights on this?

CUHK figures in EIU top asian schools - http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=2008rankings&rank_category_id=20000002&region_id=290000429&x=28&y=1

And also in several other lists but for some reason FT does not rank the full-time MBA program - any insights on this?
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rameshsds

AIM -Asian Institue of Managemet - Phiiliphines , Melbourne Business School , NTU Singapore, figures in Economist 2010 TOP Rankings.

AIM -Asian Institue of Managemet - Phiiliphines , Melbourne Business School , NTU Singapore, figures in Economist 2010 TOP Rankings.
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ezra

CUHK figures in EIU top asian schools - http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=2008rankings&rank_category_id=20000002®ion_id=290000429&x=28&y=1

And also in several other lists but for some reason FT does not rank the full-time MBA program - any insights on this?

I see that CUHK is ranked 28th in FT's Global MBA programs - it wasn't even listed last year.

<blockquote>CUHK figures in EIU top asian schools - http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=2008rankings&rank_category_id=20000002®ion_id=290000429&x=28&y=1

And also in several other lists but for some reason FT does not rank the full-time MBA program - any insights on this?</blockquote>
I see that CUHK is ranked 28th in FT's Global MBA programs - it wasn't even listed last year.
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Indian business schools especially Indian Institute of Management Ahmadabad (IIM A) and Indian School of Business (ISB) have been consistently climbing the charts in the last few years.

ISB's flagship One year MBA program has been consistently attracting attention from those interested in Emerging Markets.

You can meet the ISB Admission's team and learn more about what they have to offer to International students www.gurome.com/info/isb_webinar2011.html

Indian business schools especially Indian Institute of Management Ahmadabad (IIM A) and Indian School of Business (ISB) have been consistently climbing the charts in the last few years.

ISB's flagship One year MBA program has been consistently attracting attention from those interested in Emerging Markets.

You can meet the ISB Admission's team and learn more about what they have to offer to International students www.gurome.com/info/isb_webinar2011.html
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alokag

In terms of the Quality content of the program / Quality class profile / Placement done through on campus career services - the Best choice is IIM - Ahmadabad.

For people who have 2-4 years work ex - there is a PGDM program which is of 2 years

For people with high work ex - say over 8 years - PGPX - 1 year program

For getting employment in India / South East Asia / Asia as a whole - nothing beats IIM -A

Even the cost is less and the ROI is great!

In terms of the Quality content of the program / Quality class profile / Placement done through on campus career services - the Best choice is IIM - Ahmadabad.

For people who have 2-4 years work ex - there is a PGDM program which is of 2 years

For people with high work ex - say over 8 years - PGPX - 1 year program

For getting employment in India / South East Asia / Asia as a whole - nothing beats IIM -A

Even the cost is less and the ROI is great!
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ezra

I don't know about comparing IIM-A to schools in the rest of Asia- China has some good programs too - CEIBS, CUHK, HKU - that, depending on your background, stack up very well against IIM-A.

For getting employment in India / South East Asia / Asia as a whole - nothing beats IIM -A

I don't know about comparing IIM-A to schools in the rest of Asia- China has some good programs too - CEIBS, CUHK, HKU - that, depending on your background, stack up very well against IIM-A.

<blockquote>For getting employment in India / South East Asia / Asia as a whole - nothing beats IIM -A</blockquote>
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